Mark Henry has revealed which areas he believes All Elite Wrestling (AEW) needs to improve in order to grow.
Speaking on the Battleground podcast, Mark Henry reasoned that creating relationships with the media and the wider community is really important. Believing that AEW want to give back, Henry said:
“We have to do more of this. Marketing and creating relationships with the media. Not just the big media but the grassroots media, podcasts, companies that are interesting in pro wrestling, not only to market, but just fans. And community involvement. We will be reaching out to people who are terminally ill, as I will today on Twitter after I get through talking to you guys.
“We’re going to go to the Boys and Girls clubs in the communities that we go to. The Special Olympics, Wounded Warriors and different things that deal with our military. There’s something coming up in Jacksonville where the police officers that train the K9’s, we’re going to go and pick up those guys. So it’s like, we’re going to touch everything we can in the communities we go to, to let people know we’re not just trying to take. We’re trying to give as well.”
Henry is currently performing a coaching role within AEW and is set to be an analyst for AEW Rampage when the show launches in August.
The former WWE star has discussed the future of Jade Cargill, believing that she will be comparable to Kenny Omega soon.
Quote via Wrestling Inc.
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